Sustainable Film series to return with seven documentaries

November 1, 2018 — Each year, the Walking Mountain Science Center brings the Sustainable Film Festival to the Vail Valley to raise awareness and encourage community dialogue about environmental issues afflicting our world through award-winning independent featured films. This year, seven films will be played twice each month from November to April 2019. Showings often have high attendance, and are

2017/18 Sustainable Community Film Series: The End of Snow & Minimalism

With the colder months approaching Colorado evenings become less pleasant to spend outdoors and better for spending quality time with friends, family, and community inside. For a fun, social, and educational time this winter, join Walking Mountains Science Center for their annual Sustainable Community Film Series, beginning on Tuesday, November 7th at Loaded Joe’s in Avon. The film series raises

The Sustainable Film Series: Racing to Zero

The Sustainable Community Film Series–a project of Walking Mountains Science Center–continues their series with two screenings of Racing to Zero, a documentary with a forward look at San Francisco and their efforts towards a waste free and resource friendly community. This series is intended to help spark community discussion and raise awareness surrounding environmental issues present in today’s world. Racing

Walking Mountains’ Sustainable Film Series “The Messenger”

Can you imagine a world without birdsong? Come join Walking Mountains Science Center as they screen Su Raynard’s wide-ranging and contemplative documentary The Messenger on March 7th at Loaded Joe’s in Avon and March 21st at the Dusty Boot in Eagle starting at 6:30pm. This month’s film explores mankind’s deep-seeded connection to birds and warns that the uncertain fate of